Was looking @ a 2004 Mustang Convertable,all looks good but the tan convertable top,its worn,is it expensive to replace the top? They want almost 12,000$$ for it,has 60,000 miles

Asked by Jul 02, 2012 at 11:41 AM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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$500-$1000 for top and labor to install. Shop around at your local shops for estimates.


price is about right for kelly blue book at that mileage if the car is in "good" condition. see kbb.com as far as top, i'm sorry i can't help you there.


I second Tom's opinion...look for a dealer that sells Haartz tops they are the best..

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Well i recently had my top replaced on mine i shopped several places and the prices ranged from $650 to $1500. Anything over is too much.


if thats top dollar for that car , top should be fixed before you buy it


Just had the top replaced on my '86 GT in Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. for $1,500. Good job too!


I found a top for my 2006 Mustang GT on ebay through: thetopshopauto for around $359.00 shipping included it came with rear defroster,headliner,and a 5 YR WARRANTY and took it to a local shop who put it on for less than $300. But for the amount of this vehicle ask for a lower price or even if they will have it replaced. Good Luck!

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